Co-captain Meg Looney, shown above in previous action, competed with the Harvard track and field team at the Penn Relays held in Philadelphia over the weekend. In the 4x800 meter relay, Looney teamed with Natalia Paine, Erika Veidis, and Alaina Murphy to take first place.
Students listen intently as CAARE speaker, Jincey Lumpkin, talks about female sexuality and the way it is portrayed in the media. She spoke about her own struggle and how she has worked to overcome it.
At Saturday’s Harvard-Yale meet at the McCurdy Outdoor Track, freshman Jarvis Harris leaps on his way to victory in the men’s 110-meter hurdles. Harris also placed first in the men’s triple jump and seventh in the men’s 200m dash. Both the Crimson men’s and women’s squads topped Yale.
Hopes of spring are dashed as Harvard experiences a long awaited snow fall. Even in the snow, tourists gather around the John Harvard statue on Friday afternoon to take photos and maybe touch the golden shoe.
The Portland String Quartet plays Walter Piston's String Quartet No.1 at the reopening of Paine Concert Hall. The concert was part of a celebration of the legacy of John Knowles Paine, a former Harvard professor and the founder of Harvard's music department.